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Trimming Orchid Spikes for Optimal Orchid Plant Care

Everything has its season, including orchids. While bloom loss typically isn’t cause for concern, it does signal your plant is entering the dormant phase. Want to see those beautiful blooms return? Trimming orchid...

What You Need To Know About Your Orchid’s Roots

Your orchid's roots perform two functions critical for the successful growth of the plant. First, they hold your plant in place as it grows. Typically, in nature orchids live on tree branches high above the tropical...

Orchids for Easter: Decorating and Gifting

This is a great time to buy an orchid for yourself to use as a centerpiece for your Easter brunch or to give to your family and friends who are hosting! Whether it's yours or a gift, don’t worry if you don’t consider...

House Plants: Which Ones Are Pet Safe?

We know that you would never do something to intentionally hurt your pets, but one of the biggest mistakes pet owners make is not checking to see if their houseplants are safe and non-toxic for their furry friends. Even...

Orchid Care For Colder Weather

As much as we’d like to pretend it isn’t, the chilly season is here. Winter ushers in cold temperatures and dry conditions that usually stick around for a few months. As an orchid owner, it’s important to think about...

Orchid Themed Gifts for the Holidays and Beyond

Orchids are popular gifts, especially during the holidays. Stunningly beautiful, yet easy to care for, orchids make an impression! And because our Phalaenopsis orchids have a long blooming period of at least three...

3 Low Light Houseplants That Thrive Almost Anywhere

Some plants love to soak up the sun. But even if you live in the Sunshine State or the Golden State, the sun isn’t always shining—especially in the wintertime. Fortunately, there are plenty of plants that don’t need a...

How to Prune an Orchid Without Killing It

Your orchid arrived with vibrant blooms that made your guests ‘ooo’ and ‘ahhh.’ Slowly, its petals started dropping, finally leaving it with just the stalks. You know from reading our blog that it has probably entered...